LOS ANGELES – A Canadian national, Andrew Boryski, was charged with multiple criminal counts for cheating aspiring actors out of thousands of dollars in an immigration visa scam.
“We will hold accountable charlatans who pray upon the career aspirations of others,” said City Attorney Carmen Trutanich. “People who come to Los Angeles to work must be aware that it is illegal for immigration consultants to provide legal advice. Before paying them a penny, they should contact the appropriate agency and verify the consultant’s credentials.”
Panel features top audiobook narration experts
including Vice President of Audible.com
SAG-AFTRA mourns the passing of New York stage, film and TV actor Martha Greenhouse, who served as a union leader for more than four decades. She passed away Jan. 5 at the age of 91.
LOS ANGELES (Jan. 7, 2013) — The Screen Actors Guild Awards is expanding efforts to further reduce its carbon footprint thanks to a unique reforestation partnership with Chile’s Patagonia Sur (patagoniasur.com), a for-profit conservation company founded by American entrepreneur Warren Adams that is a leader in private land conservation, reforestation and carbon offsetting in South America.
Event benefits the SAG Foundation’s Children’s Literacy
and Emergency Assistance Programs
LOS ANGELES (Jan. 2, 2013) — Jeff Margolis, executive producer and director of the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, announced the team of talented producers and artists who will create this year’s ceremonies.